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Broncos Injury News: Ryan Clady, Willis McGahee Return To Practice

The Denver Broncos got some good news on Tuesday with tackle Ryan Clady and Running back Willis McGahee returning to practice

Justin Edmonds

The Denver Broncos are back to work on Tuesday in preparations for Saturday's AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens and the team is as healthy as it can be as the week begins.

That includes some important pieces to the Broncos offensive line. Tackle Ryan Clady and guard Chris Kuper were both participants in practice, a huge boost to the offense. Clady had been sidelined last week with an undisclosed injury, and Kuper had missed most of the last month with a balky ankle injury, though it seemed to be a precaution to keep him sidelined the past couple of weeks.

Also returning is running back Willis McGahee, who was placed by the Broncos on the new Injured Reserve/Designated to Return list after he was injured in Week 10. McGahee is not eligible to return against the Ravens, but could play in the AFC Championship Game if the Broncos advance.

The only Broncos player not present was cornerback Tracy Porter who is battling the effects of a concussion.

The full injury report will be released later today.